Tuesday, September 29, 2009

A portion of one of the large vases with roses, hydrangea and
vines arranged inside the glass.
At the reception I did three different height pilsner vases
with each arrangement slightly different in design .

Maid of Honor bouquet- beautiful shades of purples complimented
the deep purple eggplant color of the dresses.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Chocksett Inn Wedding

The wedding this past weekend consisted of all purple flowers.
I used dendrobian orchids, roses, lizianthus, phlox, alstroemeria,
hydrangea, cymbidium orchids, and dahlias.

The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of white freesia, white
cymbidium orchids, white roses, white and light purple calla

Friday, September 25, 2009

Some great shots of the studio by the IMAGERY studio

It was great to have my new friend Alice from the IMAGERY studio
take pictures for me on opening night. Her photography studio
is also located on shrewsbury street. What great talent!


Pictures from last Friday night

My great friends- thanks for all your support!

It was a great turnout for the opening last Friday. I estimate
we had over 100 people throughout the night.
It was great to see so many of my friends and clients.

The lovely Diane and Janet!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

New interior wall sign

My new lettering came in for the back wall of the studio.
I love the clean simple look of it. Just right!

Thanks to everyone who could make it to my opening
Friday night. I had quite a crowd. It was great to see so
many friends and clients. My friend and great photographer
Alice from the IMAGERY studio was there to take some
pictures for me. I'll post them as soon as I get them.
I am doing a wedding this weekend at the Chocksett Inn
in Sterling. I promise I will not forget the camera!

Thursday, September 3, 2009

My own garden

The first time I have grown corn- very sweet!
My tomatoes were nice all year - no blight but in the end
a rabbit got the best of them.

The sunflowers came out great too.

The moon was full tonight. Made for a great

This variety was about 10" across, and 6-7 feet tall.